Temperatures can approach, but never reach, absolute zero. This is about -273 degrees C.
The planet Mercury turns so slowly that any given location experiences 88 days in the blistering light of the Sun. Temperatures on the daylight side can reach 700 K, which is 427°C or 801 °F.
no, the particles can reach 111oC, can't they?!?!?!
Yes, but only if you have the ability to reach temperatures greater than 1200 Celsius (2200 Fahrenheit) No It Cannot Melt.
It has to reach its boiling point. That's 100 degrees Celsius for water (under normal conditions), but different temperatures for different liquids.
The lithosphere is extremely hot. The temperature of the lithosphere can reach around 600 degrees Celsius. Although this is the case in a general sense, some scientists argue that temperatures can reach up to 1200 degrees Celsius within the lithosphere.
North African desert temperatures can reach over 50 degrees Celsius
Temperatures drop in the Mesosphere because of the height of this layer of the atmosphere. At eighty kilometers temperatures reach a minus ninety degrees centigrade.
Saturn has the hottest temperatures at the center of the planet with temperatures that can reach 20,000 degrees Fahrenheit. The coldest temperature occurs in the outer layers of Saturn's atmosphere and they can reach minus 238 degrees Fahrenheit.
The thermosphere is the outer layer of the atmosphere and is literally known as the heat sphere. The temperature can constantly rise in this layer and reach up to 1000 degrees Celsius.
In a hot and dry desert, temperatures may occasionally reach 50 degrees Celsius, or 122 degrees Fahrenheit . The norm in summer is 30 - 35 degrees C. Even in a hot desert, winter nights can be very cold, dropping to sub-zero temperatures Celsius.
The reason a fingertip did not reach to 40 degrees Celsius when immersed in a 40 degree Celsius of water is because of the body heat of the fingertip.
During the day it can reach 123 degrees Celsius and at night can dip to as low as -233 degrees Celsius.